"Zwiesprache" - über die Frage nach dem Sinn: ein Philologe liest Bubers Traktat von dialogischen Leben

The act of reading is a process of trial and error. Intending to understand a text, one may try to follow some of its keywords using the vocabulary that one is well versed in (Bultmann's "Vorbegriffe"). To recognise his or her errors could be the first step leading to a new understand...

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Published in:Kerygma und Dogma
Main Author: Rüegger, Hans-Ulrich 1958-
Format: Electronic/Print Article
Language:German
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Published: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht [2016]
In: Kerygma und Dogma
Year: 2016, Volume: 62, Issue: 1, Pages: 68-91
Standardized Subjects / Keyword chains:B Buber, Martin 1878-1965, Zwiesprache / Meaning / Dialogue
IxTheo Classification:VA Philosophy
Further subjects:B Buber, Martin 1878-1965
B Dialogue
Online Access: Volltext (doi)
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Summary:The act of reading is a process of trial and error. Intending to understand a text, one may try to follow some of its keywords using the vocabulary that one is well versed in (Bultmann's "Vorbegriffe"). To recognise his or her errors could be the first step leading to a new understanding. Reading in Buber's treatise the terms "sign", "language", and "meaning", a philologist may recall meanings of the words that don’t fit in this text. This paper traces a process by which a reading from a philological perspective leads to an understanding of a theological conviction.
ISSN:0023-0707
Contains:Enthalten in: Kerygma und Dogma
Persistent identifiers:DOI: 10.13109/kedo.2016.62.1.68